To complete your visit to the land of Impressionism, the village of Auvers-sur-Oise is full of atypical, tourist and cultural locations where you can explore or expand your knowledge of the movement.

Auvers-sur-Oise tourist office: www.tourisme-auverssuroise.fr

  • Daubigny’s atelier : beside the museum you can find Daubigny’s atelier, listed amongst the historical monuments of France and labelled as an ‘illustrious house’ in 2014. The walls were painted by Charles-François Daubigny, Camille Corot and Honoré Daumier. The atelier breathes inspiration and pictorial creati


  • The Daubigny museum : The Colombière manor holds de Daubigny museum. The museum has many artworks from Charles-François Daubigny, considered to be the first impressionist painter. The exhibit shows the evolution in his work and his pictorial research


  • Auberge Ravoux: it was in a small room under the eaves that Vincent Van Gogh spent the last few weeks of his life and where he died. His time at Auvers-sur-Oise was the most prolific of his career. A moving visit is held to the small room where he stayed.


  • Van Gogh’s tomb : During a promenade in the streets of Auvers-sur-Oise, you can also visit other renown, historical monuments.

     


  • The house of Doctor Gachet : Owned by the Oise Valley since 1996, the house of Doctor Gachet had in the past welcomed and inspired Camille Pissarro, Paul Cézanne and Vincent Van Gogh. The doctor Gachet was himself an engraver in his spare time. Surrounded by its colourful garden, terrace and cliffs, the house has kept its charm and frequently holds exhibits. 


  • The absinthe museum : is the ideal place to discover the history of the controversial liquor enjoyed by artists and poets at the time. The museum has collected objects, art pieces, posters and books on the topic… “The green fairy” was a true inspiration ! You can also find a collection by Marie-Claued Delahaye.


the weekend in Auvers

INFORMATIONS VISITEURS


Les  portes du parcours culturel du Château d’Auvers

VISION IMPRESSIONNISTE
“NAISSANCE & DESCENDANCE”

ouvrent du mardi au dimanche et les jours fériés
de 10h à  17h de janvier au 31 mars 2019
de 10h à  18h du 1er avril au 30 septembre 2019

L’accueil est exceptionnellement fermé
de 12h30 à 13h30 

Samedi 25 mai 2019 : fermeture exceptionnelle du parcours culturel à 17h


ACTUALITÉ 

Retrouvez tous vos Rendez-vous printemps/été 2019 au Château 
Exposition I Théâtre I Concerts I Cinéma I Ateliers I Visites

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Samedi 18 mai 2019 : Nuit Européenne des Musées 
Du 1er au 31 mai 2019 : Exposition Histoire d’iris
Mercredi 1er juin : Animations plantes
Les 7, 8 et 9 juin 2019 : Rendez-vous aux jardins
Vendredi 7 juin 2019 : Théâtre “les 3 mousquetaires”
Les Dimanches 16 & 30 mai : Les Midis du Festival au Château 
Vendredi 28 juin 2019 : Cinem’art plein air


BON PLAN

Entrée libre et gratuite du Parc & des Jardins
du Château d’Auvers